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Guest blog: A Letter to My Son’s Teacher

  Dear Teacher, I have a huge amount of appreciation by what you do. Besides being a parent, there is no other job more important or more challenging. The district and the state are telling you that you have to […]

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Tips for Teachers From a Child with ADHD’s Perspective

I recently received my K-6 teaching license, and I have been observing in classrooms and applying for teaching jobs. I've been thinking a lot about the kind of More...

A Career on Hold

I am 37, and I just got my K-6 teaching certificate in the state of North Carolina. A lot of people wonder why I am just starting out More...

What a difference the {right} teacher makes.

It's no secret this has been the worst school year for Luke. The worst. Nope, I take that back. The second worst. I think Kindergarten still holds the More...

Interim School Reports…says who?

Interim Reports are reports that you, the parent, receive which inform you of your child's progress on making and meeting their IEP goals. Many reports show things like this: P, More...

Kids with ADHD are Hungry for Praise: Let’s Feed Their Need

If you've visited the Easy to Love but Hard to Raise blog or Facebook page lately, you may have seen the announcement that books 2 and 3 in the “Easy to Love” More...

THOSE kind of teachers.

A friend of mine requested this blog topic... hope you find it helpful! I never wanted to be a teacher; let alone an EC teacher. When my mother mentioned More...

An Invitation to Meet a Member of your IEP Team

So, your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, or perhaps Autism, or even PDD-NOS. You have been invited to an IEP meeting to discuss this diagnosis and develop More...

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